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Re: is there really no good gui builder

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On 8 Nov, 20:35, azrael <jura.gro...@gmail.comwrote:
I am freaking out that I need 5 times more time to make a GUI in
python than in VB.
I find wxFormBuilder nice to work with. wxPython can use XRC-files
from wxFormBuilder.

Note that wx uses sizers (layout managers). While it makes GUIs a bit
slower to design, it makes it easier to deal with resizing of windows
and different screen resolutions.

If you use PyGTK there is GLADE; with PyQt there is QtDesigner.

Nov 9 '08 #1
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